Sunday, June 18, 2017

tower safety certificates with Telecom Technical College

Telecom Technical College Opens to Offer Tower Safety Certification to Public

     Telecom Technical College is now open, and is offering a Telecommunications Tower Technician certification of completion for individuals interested in expanding their education and skills in the telecommunications field. We are a safety training school for the student wanting to start a career in the wireless industry.Who is Telecom Technical College?Telecom Technical College, also referred to as TelTech College, is committed to providing a safe and healthy learning environment for their students. Our dedicated instructors devote our complete attention to the safety and success of our students. We stand for workplace training by providing education that empowers individuals.
What type of education is offered?The certification of completion program focuses of seven subjects:
1.       OSHA (Occupational Safety & Health Administration)
2.       American Red Cross First Aid/CPR

3.       RF (Radio Frequency)
4.       Authorized Climber
5.       Competent Rigger
6.       Quality & Installation
7.       Telecommunications Tower Technician
What licensures and accreditations does TelTech College have?
TelTech College is Arizona State Board for Private Postsecondary Education recognized. In addition to being licensed by the Arizona Bureau for Private Postsecondary Education, we are affiliated with the AZ Private School Association, EPTL, Workforce Arizona, MTCAZ, Department of Labor TIRAP and the American Red Cross.
How is TelTech College different than other training programs?
TelTech College is one of the few schools in the country to offer this program. Our Chief Training Office Michael Halstead has over 20+ years in safety, telcom construction and OSHA compliance, and School Director Kathy Gill has over 25 years of industry experience. You’ll be hard-pressed to find other resources with such impressive expertise!
Why is training important in the wireless communication industry?
The wireless communication industry continues to boom and with that growth comes the demand for trained individuals in tower safety. Prior to the 1980s, communication and broadcast tower erection, servicing and maintenance was a very small and highly specialized industry, and known to few outside the industry. Over the past 30+ years, the growing demand for wireless and broadcast communications has prompted an increase in communication tower construction and maintenance, but the personnel to effectively fill these jobs sometimes lacked in training and expertise, not only in the skill to execute the climbs, but understanding and following OSHA regulations, standard safety procedures, radio frequency knowledge, and overall competent climber skills.
The importance of tower climber safety can’t be overstated as it continues to be an unrelenting concern for wireless and other companies across the country. Now more than ever, companies that employ tower climbers are feeling the impact of a decrease in safety compliance on the job and a lack of trained workers to execute the job safely. To increase climber safety compliance, companies need to provide climbers with the right training and equipment and make teamwork the backbone of all safety initiatives. TelTech College can provide that training!

TelTech College is thrilled to offer our certification of completion to prepare students for a career in the wireless industry. Contact us today for our full catalog and to speak with us about attending our program.

School number: 480-313-0678
Telecom Technical College

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